"Dinojax have really done something that very few accomplish, they hit you straight in the heart. There is nothing negative to say about this band..." - LineOut (Danish Music Magazine)
"...sparkles so much from talent that it takes really dark shades not to catch the glimpse of success to come" - Fyens Stiftstidende (National Daily)
"They will be huge, really huge..." - Rock-Zone (Music Website)
The Danish rockband Dinojax has since the release of the EP "Atrium" received a whole lot of great reviews. The critics have especially been impressed with the unique combination of smashing well-played guitar rock, catchy melodies and clever chords combined with subtle and defined lyrics. After the hit-single "Show Me The Way" was playlisted at Denmark´s biggest radiostation DR P3 with 10 weeks in a row as no. 1 at the Top5 Hitlist, and after lots of live gigs, Dinojax was ready to capture Midtfyns Festival 2002 (one of the largest festivals in Denmark) with no less than two concerts. One of the concerts was sent broadcast live and recorded by UTV for TVDK2 (Danish TV Station) to be broadcast on a regular basis throughout the rest of the year on National TV. Dinojax started 2003 with a new drummer and refreshed energy. At the same to interrests from abroad began to rise as the rock hit "Keep Away" got airplay at the two biggest radio stations in London; Capitol Radio and Radio One. At this point both an American and a German label came up with a record deal offer. Then Dinojax went in the studio to record a new EP. The English producer/manager Paul Bowrey (who has worked with Reef, Gary Moore, Backman Turner Overdrive and others) was so excited, after hearing "Atrium", that he flew in to meet the band and co-produce on the new recordings. A couple of months later Dinojax was ready to present the new EP "Involver" at Midtfyns Festival 2003, where hundreds of fans came to praise the band. Only a week after the release the hit single "Read Your Mind" went in rotation at DR P3.
Info/contact: Website: www.dinojax.dk - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org - Phone: (+45) 40 98 88 52 or (+45) 66 11 89 07.
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